Gulfstream Aerospace strives to develop its aircraft with the aim of offering a unique flying experience. It is, therefore, not surprising that comfort, aesthetics, safety, and finally technical performance fully define the Gulfstream G600, G650 and G650ER.
Larger than the G500, the cabin of the Gulfstream G600, G650, and G650ER features high-quality technological equipment and is a true symphony of luxury. It is very quiet and has panoramic windows that create a sense of space with ample natural light, adjustable through electric shades. The pressurization technology maintains a low cabin altitude to reduce fatigue and stress during the flight.
The interior offers great flexibility to cater to the needs and preferences of its passengers (starting from 12 passengers). Premium materials, finishes, and elegant design create a luxurious atmosphere for spacious lounges, workspaces, and a bathroom-equipped suite. The cabin is complemented by a spacious kitchen, a fully equipped bar available for the crew to serve meals and refreshments. Passengers can also adjust cabin lighting and temperature to their preferences, thanks to sophisticated control systems. Every detail is carefully designed to provide an unparalleled experience, just like the size of its luggage compartment.
These three aircraft are sophisticated, reliable, robust, and high-performing. Twin-engine jets equipped with cutting-edge technology, they are a symbol of prestige and sophistication in the world of business aviation. Indeed, they are powered by quiet Pratt & Whitney engines, which are fuel-efficient and capable of minimizing in-flight vibrations, and they incorporate advanced aerodynamics compared to their predecessors, the G500 and G550. They are capable of covering long distances non-stop; the G650 stands out with an impressive range of nearly 13,500 km (compared to 12,000 km for the G600) and a cruise speed of nearly 980 km/h. The cockpit is equipped with the Symmetry flight control system, advanced avionics, and high-level safety technology. In case of reduced visibility, the enhanced vision system uses infrared imaging technology to reveal the unseen and reduce the workload of the pilots.
It should be noted that the G650 is capable of taking off and landing on smaller or more remote runways than those required for aircraft in the same category, thanks in part to its steep approach capability. This enables access to a greater number of airports. All of these advantages make these private jets offer an excellent quality-to-price ratio.